Jumbo-Visma beat Team Ineos to win in Tour de France 2019 stage two team time trial

Mike Teunissen will keep the yellow jersey for stage three

Jumbo-Visma win stage two of the Tour de France 2019 (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

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Jumbo-Visma successfully defended Mike Teunissen's yellow jersey as they won the team time trial on stage two of the Tour de France 2019.

They posted a time of 28-57, averaging more than 57km/h over the 27.6km course, beating Ineos by 20 seconds with Deceuninck - Quick-Step third by less than a second.

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